The RenuWell Project is receiving a $2 million investment from the Municipal Climate Change Action Centre for its successful application to the Municipal Community Generation Challenge.
No community and no project is too big or too small to make a change.
Over 25% of Alberta’s municipalities have participated in our programs. These municipalities have applied for funding to implement energy-saving initiatives and reduce greenhouse gas emissions in their communities—and you can too! Learn more about how each project has saved municipalities money, saved energy, reduced greenhouse gas emissions, and more.
From cities and towns to villages, counties, and municipal districts—filter to find successful projects that are just like yours.
As part of the Municipal Energy Manager (MEM) Program, the MD of Bonnyville and Village of Glendon partnered to hire…
As part of the MCCAC’s Alberta Municipal Solar Program (AMSP), Sturgeon County installed a 115 kW solar PV system at…
As part of the MCCAC’s Taking Action to Manage Energy (TAME) Express program, the Municipality of Crowsnest Pass completed a high efficiency lighting retrofit of the Crowsnest Sports Complex. The project was completed in November 2017.
As part of the MCCAC’s Taking Action to Manage Energy (TAME) Express program, the Municipal District of Provost completed a high efficiency lighting retrofit of the Municipal District of Provost Office Building in August 2017. The retrofit included a number of LED T8 Replacement Lamps and LED Troffer Fixtures.
As part of the MCCAC’s Alberta Municipal Solar Program (AMSP), the Bow Valley Waste Management Commission through the Municipal District of Bighorn installed a 20.72 kW solar PV system on the roof of the Francis Cooke Regional Landfill Administration Building. The project was completed in August 2017.